Fraudulent or Fabricated Coursework

If you knowingly submit work that has been fabricated or is untrue, you could face severe penalties. 

Fraudulent or fabricated coursework is defined as work, such as reports of laboratory or practical work that is untrue and/or made up and is submitted to satisfy the requirements of a University assessment in whole or in part.

Penalties for fraudulent or fabricated coursework

Cases of fraudulent or fabricated coursework are dealt with very severely although the penalties applied will vary according to the level of study and the seriousness of the offence.

For detailed information on fraudulent or fabricated coursework, please read the relevant procedure.

If you are suspected of submitting fraudulent or fabricated coursework the Student Advice Centre will offer support and guidance.